Through March 21
With spring right around the corner, now is a great time to revisit lawn care practices. You can save money, time, and our environment while growing a healthy lawn that looks great year-round. The City wants to learn about Snoqualmie residents’ current lawn care practices to understand how we can better protect our local streams, rivers, and Puget Sound from toxins and pollutants. Your input will help shape educational resources we develop for Snoqualmie residents. Take the short survey now.
Ongoing Lawn Care
These year-round practices will help keep your yard looking healthy:
- Mow at 2-3 inches to avoid stressing your lawn.
- Leave the clippings on your lawn. “Grasscycling” makes lawns healthier and provides free fertilizer! Contrary to popular belief, it does not cause thatch.
- Avoid using “weed and feed” or other pesticides. Long-handled weed pullers pop weeds out easily. Find less hazardous products and non-toxic solutions at www.GrowSmartGrowSafe.org.
- Water deeply, to moisten the whole root zone, but infrequently.